Monitors

  • BabyPing Is A Wireless Baby Monitor You Control With Your iPhone

    BabyPing Is A Wireless Baby Monitor You Control With Your iPhone

    If you’ve been in the baby monitor racket as long as I have, you’ve seen it all: the good, the bad, and the unusable. Well here’s a monitor that just might win my heart. It’s called the BabyPing (there’s an N in there) and it allows you to view your child’s every squiggle and giggle on your iPhone or iPad. The app and monitor costs about $230 and is… Read More

  • Sony's Outs Two New OLED Monitors

    It took Sony just two months to update its TRIMASTER series of (pretty expensive) OLED monitors, and the two new professional displays the company announced [JP] today (a 25-inch model for $7,400 and a 17-incher for $,4900) are more affordable than the first ones (which went for $16,000 and $29,000, respectively). Read More

  • Toshiba Releases A Mobile 14-inch LCD Monitor Powered By USB

    Today, Toshiba put out a new portable USB-powered monitor. It’s a pretty cool to be able to carry around a second monitor that runs purely on USB power; that’s like a blogger’s dream. The carrying case even unfolds into a stand. Wow! Read on to check the specs. Read More

  • Eizo's 27-inch ColorEdge CG275W Monitor Can Calibrate Itself

    If you’ve ever tried to calibrate your monitor, then you’d know it can be a tedious task. If you’ve never enjoyed the task, then check out Eizo’s ColorEdge CG275W. The new 27-inch IPS display promises to free you from needing an external calibration unit or utility and can do the calibrating over night. Read More

  • Sony Announces TRIMASTER OLED Monitors

    It has become a bit quiet about OLED lately (apart from the NGP announcement), but today Sony announced [JP] not one but two so-called TRIMASTER EL master monitors with an OLED display. There will be a 25-inch (BVM-E250) and a 17-inch model (BVM-E170), specifically aimed at TV and movie production companies. Read More

  • This 15.6-inch LCD Display Is Powered By USB Alone

    If you currently look for a large sub display for your computer, Japanese accessory maker Green House has a pretty interesting solution in its pipeline: the GH-USD16K [JP] is a 15.6-inch LCD screen that boasts a power consumption of just 5W and requires only a USB 2.0 connection to work. Read More

  • EIZO Unveils 23-Inch Naked-Eye 3D Monitor With Full HD Resolution

    High-end computer display maker EIZO has announced [JP, PDF] a 3D monitor for the Japanese market today, the DuraVision FDF2301-3D. The LCD is sized at 23 inches, offers full HD resolution and comes with directional backlight. But the major selling point here is that users can view 3D images without glasses. Read More

  • Gateway Outs Three Affordable And Good Looking LED LCD Monitors

    Gateway’s latest monitors are a rare balance of classy looks and technical achievements — at affordable prices of course. All three, the 21.5-inch FHX2152L, the 24-inch FHX2402L, and the 23-inch FHD2303L, sport 1080p LED panels capable of 12,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The FHX series models refresh at 2ms while the FHD does it in 5ms. The 24-inch and 23-inch models will… Read More

  • Video: Fujitsu's 3D Wraparound View Screen System For Cars

    In late 2008, we’ve shown you a wraparound view video system for vehicles that was developed by Fujitsu. While that system was pretty cool, we can now show you a video of the updated version. The system is still based on four video cameras mounted around a vehicle, and it produces images in 3D. To be more specific, users can view 3D images that are projected onto a “3D… Read More

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